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  1. Just in case I should also say that of course you need to balance fasting with eating – You need to survive off of something. I have been doing intermittent fasting the past year (22 hours fasted, 2 hours eating – you can widen it to 16/8, which still provides great benefits) and will fast for a couple days every other month or so. Several other people have recommend a routine like this – Tim Ferriss recommends doing a 3 day fast once per month and a 7 day fast once per year.

  2. I m at the end of day 3 without food. Still hungry but I dont know if it s mental hunger or body hunger. The internet doesn't help. Food commercial and junk food everywhere. It should be illegal

  3. Is there any correlation with fasting in Islam?

    Moslems always fasting 30 days annually in Ramadhan month.

    The fasting started at sunrise and over when sunset.

    They also have no mandatory fasting every monday and thursday.

    Fasting give you more benefits both for your body and mind.

    Please do not hesitate to learn from other articles about this matter.

    Btw, nice video

  4. Youtube Cure All Fast for my reports on my 4 month fast feasting once a week. Feast or Famine. Absolutely no hunger and weakness. Lost 48 pounds. A year later, did a 28 day fast. Again, no hunger or ill effects. But I did avail myself of my own miracle water. Har har har.

  5. Don't kid yourself. I've done this twice in my life. Each time losing over 100 lbs, but it all comes back. For some of us fasting is about the only way we can lose weight, but until you've tackled and come to grips with the reason for over eating, you are bound to return to your former weight and unfortunately even higher. It's unfortunate that the author doesn't have multiple studies supporting the long term results after this diet regime. He implies by showing one man in England, that everyone will stay at a lowered weight. That said, I'm aware that fasting circumvents the constant overeating and his presentation seems to give encouraging information about the physical processes happening. But is there a way to end the "addiction" to eating so once you lose the weight it will stay off for years?

  6. I have found the same results. If I just eat small amounts i'm hungry all the time, if i fast for a few days my body gets used to it and i stop being hungry after the second day.

  7. When you say 'fast' how much liquid (water) should you intake? Are any other liquids allowed? Should you avoid 'rigorous' exercise? Also, you stated that most reach ketosis by day 3, depending on their diet before starting. What kind of diet before starting is best?

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